Food Stories

If you weren’t born in Japan or in the Mediterranean, you know for sure that only dark chocolate, coffee and tea can be black. Even though these foods are actually not black but rather dark brown, everyone’s fine with “black.” We all know it since childhood.

So, should you surrender to your curiosity and try really black pasta or really black risotto? Black foods are both attractive and intimidating. While red color smells and tastes with strawberry, and green color smells and tastes with fresh cucumber, we can hardly associate black color with something edible. Until we find out about squid ink.

Christmas is a milestone that marks the end of what we’ve been through and the beginning of what’s awaiting us.

Christmas is a point in time and space where our past meets our future. And while our memories are hanging out with our anticipations, we can peacefully enjoy the moment together with our dearest and nearest.

This feeling of joy that we are sharing with the people we love makes Christmas time magic and warm, despite the winter weather. Rain and snow forecasts are powerless to stop the holiday hustle and bustle, sounding with Dean Martin’s and Frank Sinatra’s songs, smelling with pine and citrus.

So are the gloomy weather forecasts powerless to prevent us from shopping in search of beautiful gifts and delicious foods.

Park your broom and sit for a spell! It’s Halloween!

There it is, right around the corner, taking quick peeks to see if you are ready for the sweet and spooky celebration. Or probably, it’s just a ghost yard stake, which your neighbor has set up on their lawn.

So, let’s look through your Halloween checklist and see what else can help you throw a spook-tacular bash for your dearest and nearest.

Watch Marky's on Madison and HUSO caviar bar delicacies at the Food Trends of at The Wendy Williams Show.
September, 18, 2019

Bread, Potatoes, Steaks... Don't Be Shy, Food & Drink, September 16, 2019

Butter is a rich and decadent food.
Caviar: even more so.
Mix them together, and you get... caviar butter, obviously.
It's one hell of a condiment.

The holiday of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is coming and bringing families and friends together for the solemn and homey celebration.

Rosh Hashanah falls on the first two days of Tishrei, the first month of the Jewish civil year. In 2019 these days on the Hebrew calendar correspond with September 29, September 30, and October 1 on the Gregorian calendar. According to the Jewish tradition, the celebration will start at sunset of September 29, the Rosh Hashanah Eve, and last till nightfall of October 1.

New York Times, Aug. 20, 2019

Keep this French butter with genuine osetra caviar on hand for deluxe baked potatoes.

The Washington Post
By Laura Reiley
April 22, 2019

FORBES, by Priya Shukla, Contributor
I write about the ocean, climate change, and the future of our planet.

Marky’s Caviar, a Florida company, opens a New York branch.
A Caviar Shop With a Tasting Menu, on the Upper East Side.

By Florence Fabricant, The New York Times.

Spring is the best season to start fulfilling our new year’s resolutions. The year has just begun. Let’s not count the two months of unpredictable weather and annual reporting. We still have lots of time to realize our aspirations. What are they? INSIDER claims that in 2019 most adult Americans have promised to form and stick to healthy eating and activity habits. Good luck to us all with that!

Probably, this INSIDER’s article with all the eloquent statistics got into the hands of some leading guys from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This year, within the National Nutrition Month campaign they decided to increase our awareness of the importance of healthful nutrition and active lifestyle, honoring NNM as its own theme.

So, in March, get ready to convert into a smart eater and willing regular of the gym.